Monday, March 13, 2017

Join us in the Ministry in Ecuador! (Virtual Preaching Trip)

Yesterday, my family and I had the privilege to help out a small isolated group about an hour and a half from our home here in Quito. We had a great time, and we stayed all day until the meeting, which started at 6:30 pm. Our toddlers (aged 1 and 3) especially enjoyed making some new friends, including horses, llamas, and a few dogs and chickens! Here are some pictures that I’m sure you'll enjoy.

In the interest of being discreet, I usually don’t take pictures while actually preaching to somebody. But here are some of the beautiful views we enjoyed here at 12,000 ft (3600 m) altitude in the cold Andes:
The service group

There are about 15 publishers in the isolated group


  1. Great pictures,including one of chicken smiling for camera. Did'nt know your children so young. What an education they're getting. You all look so happy...I wonder why? So nice of you to share your experiences with us, I'll show them to our congregation. Thanks again, Gregg.
    PS: We like the Llamas too.

  2. Love the pics and the video with the Spanish kingdom melody made me tear up- we are all a global family - 'into all the earth the sound went out' your family is lovely serving and bringing up your children in a foreign field! May Jehovah bless you and keep you!

  3. Thank you so much for sharing..It is truly Faith strengthening, and encouraging to see our Heavenly Father Jehovah with his people, and bringing the Bible's truth to others. May His blessings continue with each of you. Agape/Philia..

  4. Oh my goodness! So beautiful! Thank you for giving us a glimpse into your life!!

  5. Thank for sharing your pictures. Send our love to the brothers and sisters in your congregation! Love from Farmingdale, New York

  6. I just loved these photos! Jehovah is so good and what a blessing to see the preaching work being completed! We love the love you show and give for our Heavenly Father Jehovah! Thank you for the beautiful treasures! We love them great and small.
    -Kiana Slabaugh
    Corona, CA USA.